Hotel Solar Palmeiras
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... near the station and checked in; we were in a five bed room with wifi and a TV and intense aircon which would become a disgusting den for 'relaxing' in days to come. We lazed around for a while, then went for a walk directed by Orson. We ended up in some famous square, which was interesting enough, but shortly returned home. We went out once again for a drink and decided to go out, so bought some vodka and a few foodstuffs. I cannot remember what ...
... one of the best examples of 19th century romanticism expression in the world and is totally bonkers. The building started as a middle age chapel originally built in the 14th century. In the 1750s the monastery (as it was by then) was severely damaged by the Lisbon earthquake and was abandoned. In 1838 the king acquired the ruins, along with the moor castle and the surrounding countryside and set out to build a summer palace for the royal family. ...
... over backwards to help you order and are uniformly gorgeous looking. Maybe they include 'handsome' in the selection criteria?) Have got the hang of the trains now but the underground here is a SCARY and very grimy place. Beggars tend to hang around the stations and even accost you on the train! Luckily Lisbon is a fairly compact city and my location means I can walk to most places. Today I walked down to the river and took a ferry ride along the Tagus followed by a ...
... churches we've been in. In general, this church included, inside they are somber rooms. Unlike the churches in Italy that all seem to celebrate their religion with a gilded and artistic approach, in Portugal it seems to be more solemn and serious.
Another kilometre or so walk down from here (have you noticed the walking times seem to be outnumbering the Transporting times? I have!) we finally get to the Belem Tower. It too is impressive as it juts ...
... not amused!
Back to a little electric tram of very ancient provenance that followed the most fascinating, winding route through Lisbon's old inner suburbs in streets with only metres between walls, climbing and descending steep hills, scraping past parked cars, waiting for traffic, and generally a real test of our young lady tram driver's skills!
Featured were numerous old tiled facades of houses and other buildings, used in diverse ways and some in ...